Nice car. Looks very heavily modified, must be very light weight.
Thanks. We're pretty lucky in New Zealand thanks to cheap Japanese imports (The majority of cars on our roads are Japanese), and relatively relaxed laws on modifying cars.
The civics are quite popular thanks to their great handling (double wishbone suspension), light weight, and ease of swapping Integra type r motors, getting decent power for a N/A engine relatively cheaply.
It could just be mud/dirt stuck in the wheels. Blast them with a hose. Or you have lost a balancing weight.
Similar thing happened when I spun off the race track at 100km/h into the muddy grass. Front right wheel filled up with mud and caused sever vibrations at speed, so I had to abort the run and return to the pits. Clean the wheel out with water and all was good after that.
I tried button clutch for the first time yesterday and instantly wiped 0.2s off my BL1 XFG PB, its way faster and needs to be fixed.
The clutch right now is unrealistic. You can shift faster than would be possible in a normal road car with a standard clutch.
I have thought of a solution, though I don't know how easy it would be to implement: The clutch should have a maximum bite pressure, just like a real clutch and if you exceed that it will just slip. Therefore no matter how fast you engage or disengage the clutch, shifting will be limited by the clutch itself not the button rate.... No more unrealistically fast shifting.
Yeah, if we could find out how to get it to work, someone could make a program (someone else on this forum, i'm not a programmer). Then we could make an lfs script for each car to execute the program, changing the steering wheel rotation.
We use to have it set up on our team server so it would automatically spec drifters!
If you did a small drift it would say "[name], if you're trying to drift then dont...". If you did a big drift it would spec you
It depends on how good you are with each car. Do some hotlapping in each car and see how fast you can go.
The XRT is much easier on the tyres, but harder to drive and slower than the RB4 and FXO.
Both the RB4 and FXO are hard on the front tyres during a long race
, temps will get very high on a tight twisty track like SO5, without any long straights for them to cool off. so forget RB4 because its slower than FXO and eats tyres anyway.
I would drive the FXO because im naturally faster in front wheel drive cars, my second choice would be XRT.